Welcome To G4TPH.com

     Welcome to MY website

I will be attending the National Hamfest with special exhibition prices

My range has been reduced to 2 models that cover 40m through 10 meters.

One model The ML40 MK11 Remote features remote tuning.

The second model ML40MK11 Manual is manual tuned.

Both will hand 100 watts SSB, 50 watts CW and 35 watts data modes

     

One of the major features of my Magloop antennas is the ability to work the whole band without retuning. Just tune for maximum noise in the middle of the band, tweak for best SWR and you can work the whole band with a 1.5:1 SWR or better without retuning

G4TPH in Shack 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you:

Live in an Apartment?

No Garden for antennas?

Operate SOTA?

operate from a caravan?

Travel a lot?

Etc. Etc

 Then my range of Magloop Portable Antennas might just be the solution you have been waiting for.

On this website you will learn about the history of G4TPH, the development of the G4TPH Magloops,

the specifications and how you can easily buy your own G4TPH Portable Magloop antenna.

Further details and specifications are on each section of the Products page

There are now only 2 models but coverage is from 40m through 10 and will handle 100 watts SSB

The ML40Mk11, tunes 40m through 15 with 10 Rails(use 7 rails and you can tune 12m and 10m)

The new remote tune model same specification as above but uses a 3000 to 1

reduction drive motor for tuning the frequecnt for best SWR

The remote tune control requires a DC input between 6 volts to a maximum of 12 volts. A universal Power supply is avialable that has an output of 7.5 volts.

Below are further details

The New Remote Tune

                         

The Remote Tuned antenna assembled

                         Assembled antenna

                          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Antenna kit as supplied

 The antenna kit as supplied

This new antenna will allow you to locate the antenna in a roof space or a distance from your operating position. The antenna has a 3000 to 1 geared motor control and a remote tuning unit that is connected by a coax cable (with BNC connectors). The antenna control can be powered by a 6 to 12 volt PSU or a battery. A 7.5 volt universal power supply is available.See the on-line shop for more details


 

 

 

New ML40 remote tune instructions


MKII PW Review June 2011 

PW Review 2008

 

 

 

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